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Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Politics & Government
by Tzu, Sun; Giles, Lionel
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One of the most famous books written about conflict, war and strategy and how to deal with these concepts honorably. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: POL, POL.US, War, Military art and science--Early works to 1800, Military art and...
A textbook meant to translate the older language of the US constitution into easy-to-understand concepts. Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: POL. POL.US, US, Textbooks, manuals, etc., United States. Constitution
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Politics & Government
by The Barons of King John of England
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The Magna Carta (Latin for "Great Charter"), limited the power of the monarchy and established a constitutional law in England. This inspired many other government documents, including but not limited to the United States Constitution.  Suggested Level: ALL
Topics: POL, Constitutional law, Magna Carta--Early works to 1800, Government formation process, Serfdom,...
Basic e-Learning Library (BeLL) - Politics & Government
by Machiavelli, Niccolò, 1469-1527
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The Prince  is a political science text written by Niccolo Machiavelli, a famous Italian political theorist. Throughout the work, Machiavelli explores the concept of results. If, for example, a leader must do an awful thing to achieve a greater goal, is the awful act justifiable in the grander scheme of things? Suggested Level: US (Upper Secondary)
Topics: POL, POL.US, Political science--Italy, Leadership, Fiction, Chapter Books (Long), US